Pine Lake Cabin Rentals
On the shores of Pine Lake, these cabins provide some of the comforts of home with great views and access to nature and nearby trails.
Rent a cabin from the May (Victoria Day) long weekend until September 30.
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- The Patrol Cabin is pet-friendly. It’s decorated as a nod to the cabin’s historic use as a warden patrol cabin.
- The Aurora Cottage is themed after the spectacular northern lights that blaze across the park’s dark skies. Pets are not allowed in this cabin.
Check-in is after 3 pm. Self-check-in can be arranged for late arrivals.
Each cabin includes:
- One double bed and one twin-over-twin bunk bed in separate rooms
- A table and four chairs, and a couch and armchair.
- A wood stove, firewood, and an axe
- Propane-powered two-burner camp stove
- Pots and pans, dishes, utensils, cutlery, and a dishpan and soap
- Battery-operated lamps
- Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and a fire extinguisher
All guests have access to nearby:
- Flush toilets and sinks
- Picnic tables
- Dark-sky observation circle
- Trails, boat launch and beach
- Canoe and paddleboard rentals
What to bring:
- Large jugs of drinking water
- Flashlights or lanterns, matches, and a lighter
- Your sleeping bag or blankets, pillows, and sheets
- Dish cloths and tea towels
- Weather-appropriate clothes and footwear, including rain jackets or winter jackets
- Towels, bug spray, and sunscreen
- Food, cooler, drinks, and ice
- Slippers or indoor shoes to keep a clean cabin
- A camera to capture all the memories!
Know before you go:
- There is no electricity, cell service, wifi, or potable water at Pine Lake.
- Bring your own drinking water, or be prepared to boil or treat the water
- All park and campground rules apply.
- Review some Visitor Safety information before your trip